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A Reaper at Work on Muiryhill Farm, Alvah, Banff - Cook Family

A Reaper at work we on Murihill Farm, Alvah, Banff with 3 of Walter Cook the photographers family.

James Cook sits on the reaper, Maggie Cook is in the middle holding straw which, would be used to tie the wheat sheaves as they leave the Reaper and Elsie Cook is holding the basket presumably for their lunch or break.

As yet we have no information on the other two people in the photograph. If you have any further information on this photograph please contact us.

Old Photograph Horse Drawn Reaper Banff - Scotland

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Old Picture Horse Drawn Reaper Alvah Banff - Scotland